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Mr. Olushola  Adebowale is a prolific, talented music artist and multi-instrumentalist, web designer, and author of books.

He is a graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile ife. His passion for organizing events and children started when he was in primary school.

Mr. Adebowale has managed over five living music legends before relocating to the united state, among who are Blackface Naija, Tony Tetuila, Mike Abdul Rasqui, Orlando Julius, and K1 de Ultimate.

He is presently putting the event together in the united state with the help of the education board.

Olushola is also known as mc confess, a music artist and he is passionate about soccer as he is a fan of Manchester United and always willing to give himself to serving the people.





Omatshola combined his first degree in economics from the University of St. Gallen in switzerland, with a specialization in classical music concert performance and philharmonic composition of the University of Lausanne.

 During a rich career spanning over 40 years, Omatshola formed numerous bands, including Tee Mac & Afro Collection in the 1970s.

He recorded his first LP, United, with Polydor International in Germany with his European band Tee Mac United, in the late seventies. Omatshola hit the global music charts with two songs: “Fly Robin Fly”, and “Get Up & Boogie” (owns 50% of the copyright) and toured extensively with his third band, Silver Convention, in the mid-seventies.

He worked with celebrated Welsh singer Shirley Bassey as her musical arranger and conductor, and also worked as a composer for Cidi Croft Enterprise and later for Universal Films in Hollywood, Los Angeles. Even though Omatshola spent a lot of time touring across the globe (Far East, Latin America, Europe, North America and South Africa), he always invested in local Nigerian initiatives, becoming one of the pioneers of the Classical Music Society of Nigeria, which eventually founded the Muson Center, Nigeria’s leading music school.

In 2007 Omatshola was elected president of the Musician Union of Nigeria PMAN, investing time and energy into helping develop the Nigerian entertainment industry. In 2009 he was appointed the Nigerian director of the Motherland Group, (initiated by Michael Jackson’s brother, Marlon, of The Jackson which is getting support from the Lagos State Government to build a historical slave museum in Badagry. In 2011 he was elected chairman of FAMECorp, owned by top Nigerian Musicians and Nollywood stars, to build cinema houses and concert halls all over Nigeria.

Omatshola was awarded the Member of the Federal Republic (MFR) national honor by Nigeria’s President Yar’adua in 2009 for his vital role in brokering peace with the Niger Delta militants and fighting for their rehabilitation. In 2011 he received an honorary doctorate degree in Arts from Bradley University in Illinois, where he serves as chairman of the board of trustees, and teaches philharmonic composition as visiting associate professor.

Omatshola invested into solid minerals (he is the chairman of Allied Minerals Ltd., Cass-Cotan Mining and Processing Ltd.) He is chairman of Tee Mac Petroleum (Nig) Ltd., chairman of Tee Mac Productions (owns a recording studio), chairman of the board of the Tee Mac-HEMLA Foundation (to build music schools for the underprivileged youths of Nigeria), chairman of ACC (Anti Counterfeiting Collaboration, an association of Trade Mark owners), chairman of The Entertainment Foundation of Nigeria, umbrella of all the entertainment associations of Nigeria, music and films; director in Hemla-Ogoni Resources Ltd., director in D&H Energy Nig. Ltd. and the West African representative of Daewoo and Hemla (Norway) gas and oil solutions and executive director and shareholder in James Bay Engergy Nig. Ltd.

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Miss k is quickly becoming one of the UK’s most popular faces. 
A multi-talented woman, she has successfully branded herself as Singer/ Songwriter/ Brand Ambassador / Humanitarian but most of all as an Entrepreneur.

 Being an International citizen, she was born (Karina Theresa Martinez) to a Caribbean Father & a Spanish Mother who introduced her to the musical sounds of Salsa, Rock & Roll, and Gospel. However, Miss K’s musical influence is as varied as the Hip-Hop sounds coming out of America, to the Caribbean beats of the West Indies.

After giving a shot at singing on stage at a few events and featuring on several tracks, she eventually was given the opportunity in the summer of 2007 to be part of the concert Open Act of the American Hip Hop group “The Roots”.
In 2008 Miss-K became the first Caribbean face ever to Model for MTN –  (one of the largest Telecommunication Companies in Nigeria). Her trip to Nigeria gave her the opportunity to guest star in several music videos notably “Banging” by Ruggedman and “No be Small thing” by Ayzee Yo featuring Tuface Idebia amongst a few other videos, such as”Nubian Queen” by BigBoy . 2010, looked bright as she embarked in a new venture starting work on a big humanitarian project of her own, which  later lead to the formation of the Stand-Up 4 AfriKa (SU4A) project.
Miss-K was commissioned  by the Nigerian High Commission  to open-up the Nigerian Tourism Expo”African Fashion Show” at the Excel Centre, showcasing various designers’ collections, where she additionally cat walked with Kids presenting the “Belle Natives” Collection.